Car owners can sell Volkswagen Jettas in person at Carmax dealerships or online through Autotrader. Carmax performs price appraisals for all makes and models, regardless of mileage or vehicle condition. Autotrader hosts online ads for used vehicles that include photos and vehicle information.
To find places that do Volkswagen Jetta repairs, use websites such as RepairPal.com, AutoMD.com and VCarShops.com. These sites have lists of auto repair shops in different cities and states.
Some places to find troubleshooting information for the Volkswagen Jetta include the car's page on RepairPal and Carcomplaints.com. Both sites list common problems for the Jetta, enabling car owners and home mechanics to get an idea of what may be wrong.
While some Volkswagen experts believe the automatic transmission fluid in a VW Jetta never needs changing, others, like those at Blauparts, believe it should be changed every 30,000 to 60,000 miles. Late model Jettas do not have automatic transmission dipsticks and must be checked by mechanics at a
The Volkswagen Jetta is known for reasonable gas mileage in the city and stellar gas mileage on the highway. All 2014 Jetta models estimate 25 mpg in the city and 34 mpg on the highway. Accessorized and diesel models can achieve additional miles per gallon.
The EPC light on a Volkswagon Jetta is the Electronic Power Control indicator, which comes on when the vehicle experiences a motor malfunction. The purpose of the EPC light is to alert the driver to engine trouble so that the driver can take steps to avoid further damage to the vehicle.
Some 2016 Volkswagen models include the Jetta, Passat, Beetle, Golf and Tiguan. There are several types of the Golf model, including the e-Golf, which is an electric car.
Companies that fall under Volkswagen Group's ownership include Audi, Seat S.A., Skoda, Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini, Porsche, Ducati, Scania and Man. Volkswagen is the biggest shareholder in the Suzuki Motor Corporation with 19.9 percent of shares. Volkswagen owns several defunct brands, including
The Volkswagen Thing or Volkswagen 181, was introduced in 1969. It featured a Volkswagen engine, powertrain and seats in a frame without a front grille. The vehicle had square fenders, a small bumper, a manual transmission and two-wheel drive. It was a four-door convertible designed for off-road use
As of 2015, some of the different models of vehicles manufactured by Volkswagen include Beetle, Jetta, Golf, Tiguan and Touareg. Other Volkswagen models available in the United States include the Eos, Passat and CC. Volkswagen also produces numerous other models that are available outside of the Uni